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Sheep graze at the ancient Greek and Roman ruined city of Cyrene in modern-day Shahaat Featured Greek Architecture Image

Sheep graze at the ancient Greek and Roman ruined city of Cyrene in modern-day Shahaat

Sheep graze at the ancient Greek and Roman ruined city of Cyrene in modern-day Shahaat, eastern Libya March 26, 2011. Founded in 4th century BC by Greeks and later Romanised, Cyrene was one of the principal cities in the Hellenic world. Near Cyrene, one of the most important cities of the Hellenic world, are the lush hills and cool climes of Jebel al-Akhdar, but no facilities for tourists. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (LIBYA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS TRAVEL IMAGES OF THE DAY)

The Temple of Vesta in the Forum Boarium, seen from the North, the Tiber to the right, c Featured Greek Architecture Image

The Temple of Vesta in the Forum Boarium, seen from the North, the Tiber to the right, c

449348 The Temple of Vesta in the Forum Boarium, seen from the North, the Tiber to the right, c.1650 (pen & ink with wash on paper) by Vrancx, Sebastian (1573-1647); 27.3x42.2 cm; Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; (add.info.: The Temple of Vesta (Latin Aedes Vestae, Italian Tempio di Vesta) is an ancient edifice in Rome, Italy, located in the Roman Forum near the Regia and the House of the Vestal Virgins. The temple's most recognizable feature is its circular footprint. Since the worship of Vesta began in private homes, the architecture seems to be a reminder of its history. The extant temple used Greek architecture with Corinthian columns, marble, and a central cella. The remaining structure indicates that there were twenty Corinthian columns built on a podium fifteen meters in diameter. The roof probably had a vent at the apex to allow smoke release.); Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Flemish, out of copyright

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The Cassollette: Women Supporting an Urn, c. 1520-27. Creator: Marco Dente (Italian, c Featured Greek Architecture Image

The Cassollette: Women Supporting an Urn, c. 1520-27. Creator: Marco Dente (Italian, c

The Cassollette: Women Supporting an Urn, c. 1520-27. Prints helped disseminate design ideas and establish a taste for decorative objects and styles, especially when endorsed with royal insignia. Adapted from Greek architecture, two caryatids--draped female figures used as pillars--hold aloft an ornamental incense burner designed by Raphael about 1515-20 for King Francois I (reigned 1515-1547). The lily-shaped fleurs-de-lis on its lid allude to the French monarchy. The salamanders adorning the side of the vessel specifically refer to Francois I, who chose this amphibian as his personal emblem. According to legend, salamanders could survive fire, making them even more meaningful on a burner

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